May 19th 2018
After tidying up and a long walk with Layla we left at 10.45 am and headed for Leominster where we intended to stay for a lunch break, however when I discovered it was £2.50 to park we decided to move on. A short way up the road is Berrington Hall a NT property and as we are members we knew we could park free.
Berrington Hall was built around 1775 and it’s owner Thomas Harley commissioned Lancelot ” Capability” Brown to landscape the grounds, we restricted ourselves to walking around the grounds close to the house and it’s walled gardens as there were new born lambs running free in the fields. After a very enjoyable ice cream each we had lunch in Homer and then drove the hour home, some how managing to miss the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.